PCMedia AntiVirus (PCMAV) 1.1 Build 3 (NEW)

March 29, 2008

This is newest version of PCMAV (1.1 + Build 3 update) in march.

Download here: http://rapidshare.com/files/103253642/PCMAV_1.1.rar
CLAMAV database:


PC Media Antivirus (PCMAV) 1.0 Final Release

March 3, 2008

This is the newest version and first final release of PCMedia AntiVirus (PCMAV) after 24 Release Candidate (RC) versions. I’ve included the latest update virus database.

Download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/96693674/PCM4V_1.0_Final_Release.rar

ANSAV 1.9.3 AIO (All In One)

January 28, 2008

Another great antivirus, especially for viruses spread in and from Indonesia.

Download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/87303969/ANSAV_1.9.3_AIO.rar

For virus makers, you just waste your time. You already impacted a lot of damages just for nothing. But, your sins are getting much and much bigger.

PCMedia AntiVirus RC24 Plus Update Build 1

January 28, 2008

Added 145 virus database, like Kalong, Hokage, Tati, etc.

Download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/87294075/PCMAV_RC24_Update_Build1.rar

New PCMedia 1.0 RC22 + Update Build1

November 21, 2007

PCMedia has launched the new release, RC22.

I’ve include an update file named Build1.
Here is the download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/71270219/PCMAV-1.0-RC22_Update-Build1.rar

Too bad, still same, very slow in loading of running process. 😦
Anyway, most top rapid progress antivirus! 😀

Enjoy! 😉

PCMedia AntiVirus RC 21 + Latest Update

November 14, 2007

If you like PCMedia AntiVirus, what are you waiting for? Just click link below to download it.

Download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/69687625/PCMediaAV_RC21_Update_NEW.rar

Do antivirus companies create computer viruses?

November 14, 2007

Do antivirus companies create computer viruses?

No. Antivirus companies know the risks involved when dealing with computer viruses and the potential dangers of viruses getting out in the wild. Antivirus companies do not hire people who’ve made viruses and the whole concept of antivirus companies creating viruses is simply a myth, urban legend and conspiracy theory.

But, creating viruses help increase antivirus companies profits.
There are plenty of viruses and other malware to justify the needs of antivirus programs. If antivirus companies really believed that distributing viruses would help increase profits or sells they would create viruses and other malware for other platforms such as the Apple Macintosh and *nix where virus threats are not as high with Microsoft Windows users.

Antivirus companies are able to maintain and increase their products by keeping up-to-date at detecting and cleaning all computer viruses and other threats.

Where is your proof that antivirus companies don’t do this?
– Creating computer viruses is not that difficult for someone who’s familiar with computers and programming. Creating viruses would not help in the detection or prevention of viruses.
– An antivirus company couldn’t protect itself from the virus before it was released without raising suspicion. Therefore it would infect its own product causing customer dissatisfaction.
– There are plenty of other users who are not affiliated with antivirus companies who already do this.
– The code that makes up a virus is reviewed by dozens of security experts when a virus gets out in the wild. Analyzing that code could trace its origins back to the antivirus company.
– Many experts can determine the origination of viruses, which could potentially track back to an antivirus company.
– An antivirus company could be held liable for creating viruses, which would not only make the company look bad but could cause a lot of lawsuits.

Source: Computer Hope